Eleodes caudiferus LeConte, 1858
Family: Tenebrionidae
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Jean-Baptiste Quirino  
Johnston et al. 2015
Diagnosis:

Body elongate. Elytra caudate and scabrous to tuberculate in both sexes, with faint but distinctly impressed striae.  Pronotum narrowed in posterior half, anterior angles not projected, rounded to slightly acute. Anterior femora never armed, metatibia unmodified.

Distribution: Coconino, Navajo, Apache counties, AZ. El Paso, TX, NM, southern UT.
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Jean-Baptiste Quirino  
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Andrew Johnston  
Eleodes caudiferus image
Andrew Johnston  
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Eleodes caudiferus image
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Eleodes caudiferus image
Eleodes caudiferus image
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